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Thank you. That was an informative reply.

The graphics card that was connected to the motherboard is the single slot version of the same card: http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?psn=000101&pid=311&lid=1 - so am I only left with the option of the low profile one or might the others fit?

If the 550 ti and 7750 are on par with each other and they are the same price then it would make sense to go for the Nvidia simply because it supports more technologies if ever needed? (same price in the case of the Sapphire single slot/low profile, otherwise the 7750 is about £10 cheaper) .

Considering that 600 series has fixed the Open CL issue, which is better out of the 550 ti and 650 (non ti)? The reason I ask is that they are practically the same price. The 650 you linked is cheaper than we can get it in the UK (wish we could get that price). Here is the price for it: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1gb-evga-gtx-650-28nm-pcie-30-(x16)-5000mhz-gpu-1058mhz-cores-384-dvi-mhdmi and price for another very slightly cheaper one: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1gb-msi-gtx-650-pcie-30-(x16)-5000mhz-gddr5-gpu-1071mhz-cores-384-d-sub-dvi-hdmi (also with top user reviews).

On the user reviews on newegg in your link some have said a decent processor is needed for balance otherwise the system can bottleneck? Is the AMD x4 noted below sufficient? Someone mentioned about cooling also in there?
Sure Id go for nvidia too but again, i dont know if your motherboard will fit it in, are those capcitors a problem for any longer or dual slot cards? you have the motherboard so please take a look, does it look like it will fit a dual slot card without hitting one of them? Check your motherboard to see if fitting issues might occur with the geforce dual slot cards, if it looks like it will make way then I would get the geforce just because CUDA tends to be more supported then Open CL, and you said your brother will be working on Premiere Pro also, that uses CUDA for acceleration.
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Sorry for the late response. I've been quite busy. The motherboard looks like it will take a dual lane card. Based on the comments here I am thinking of increasing the budget and want to go for a 650Ti. It will hopefully last a long time. Which is the best one to go for?

I saw the EVGA GeForce GTX 650Ti SSC (1gb) for £120 and it seems to have great reviews. I'm open to alternatives.

Also, will the AMD x4 processor run it? Here is the system: Phenom II X4 840; Gigabyte M52L-S3P; OCZ 4GB DDR2. I was fearing bottleneck issues due to imbalance of parts.

In terms of PSU, is the Corsair Builder 430w still powerful enough as that's what I was thinking of getting with it?
Edited by qadri - 3/12/13 at 12:39pm
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Any suggestions for a good 650Ti? Am I making a good choice?
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